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Northern Division One
Guiseley Vixens extended their lead at the top of the table to six points after they won 4-1 away to Tranmere Rovers. Sarah Danby led the scoring for Guiseley with a hat-trick and Natalie Brace was also on target, with the home side's consolation coming from Georgia Wood.
The honours were shared at Chester-le-Street Town where the home side battled out a 2-2 draw with Crewe Alexandra. All of the goals came during the first half, Nichole Goundry-Havery and Laura Hockaday were on target for the Cestrians while Crewe, who are now out of the bottom two, replied through Bethany Grice and Amanda Fallon.
Brighouse Town were 2-1 winners at Mossley Hill, who suffered the frustrations of another odd goal defeat. Charlotte Proud and Jodie Redgrave netted Brighouse's goals, while Kirstie Pickin pulled one back for Mossley.
Midlands Division One
Loughborough Foxes head the table by six points following their 7-1 victory against Rotherham Utd. Emma Pilling led the scoring with a four-goal haul, Lindsey Tugby weighed in with a double and Chloe Young was also on target, with Nat Shaw replying.
Sporting Khalsa meanwhile netted eight times without reply past Leicester City Ladies and this was enough to see them edge Wolverhampton Wanderers out of second place. Mandy Kidd and Stephanie Speck each scored twice and there was one apiece from Jodie Lewis, Julie Stirrup, Chloe May Coldicott and Lauren Walker.
Radcliffe Olympic ensured they remained just behind the leading sides after they won 5-3 away to Steel City Wanderers. Ashleigh Evans and Rania Ramadan both bagged braces for Radcliffe and they were joined on the scoresheet by Brogan Jones, while the Steels netted through Cheryl Mawhood, Millie Kenyon and Lucy Smith.
Long Eaton Utd lifted themselves up into the top half of the table with a 4-1 success at Loughborough Students. Cara Newton scored twice for Long Eaton whose other goals came from Alena Moulton and Amy Pashley.
Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies recorded a third victory over TNS Ladies during the month of November and their fourth win in a row in all competitions. Louise Price gave them the lead midway through the first half and Leah Seivwright secured the points and a 2-0 result with twenty minutes remaining.
South East Division One
Leaders Cambridge Utd were jolted by a 4-1 defeat by Gillingham who are making up ground on the teams above them. Emma Tune, April Bowers, Emily Symond and Amy Taylor were all on target for the Gills, with Nicole Perschky replying.
AFC Wimbledon won 3-2 away to Enfield Town to narrow the gap on Cambridge to two points. Enfield were 2-1 ahead at the break thanks to Anna Loftus and an own goal but the Dons, who had earlier scored through Jess Trimnell, hit back in the second half and strikes from Laura Curtis and Georgia Heasman turned matters around in their favour.
The next two teams in the table met each other and both Actonians Ladies and Milton Keynes Dons remain in the top four after finishing level at 1-1. Both goals were scored in the first half, Carla Williams was on target for Actonians and the Dons replied through Rebecca Vass.
Stevenage Ladies claimed only their second point of the season when drawing 1-1 with Luton Town. Donna McGuigan scored for Stevenage, whilst Luton's goal came from Zara Carroll.
Ipswich Town leapfrogged Denham Utd in mid-table after beating them 2-1 in their meeting. Denham had led at the break through Lauren Cox, before second half strikes from Lindsey Cooper and Laura Guyon earned Ipswich the points (see match report).
South West Division One
The only match in the division resulted in a change of leadership with Chichester City going back on top with a 4-0 victory away to Brislington. Laura Ingram opened the scoring for Chi in the second minute and Charley Wilson-Blakely went on to score a hat-trick to seal a strong performance from the Sussex side, who were denied on a number of occasions by Brislington goalkeeper Tallulah Wheeler.
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